Hollo way's Pjlls.—lnvalids stractedd by indigestion and discouraged in their search for its remedy "should make a trial of this never-failing medicine. A lady, long a martyr to dyspeptic tortures, writes that Holloway's Pills made her feel as if a burden had been taken off her. Her spirits, formerly low, have greatly improved ; her capricious appetite has given place to healthy hunger ; her dull, sick headache has departed, and gradually sq marvellous a cl.ange been effected that she is altogether a new creature, and again fit for her duties. These pills may bo administered with safety ,tj) the most delicate. They never act lfarshly, nor do they I ever induce weakness; they rightly direc^ I deranged, a d control excessive, action. i
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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2437, 10 June 1890
Ashburton Guardian Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2437, 10 June 1890
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